Come Over

Album: Welcome to the Fishbowl (2012)
Charted: 23
  • I turned the TV off, to turn it on again
    Staring at the blades of the fan as it spins around
    Counting every crack, the clock is wide awake
    Talking to myself, anything to make a sound

    I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care
    But baby climbing the walls gets me nowhere
    I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder
    Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over

    You can say we’re done the way you always do
    It’s easier to lie to me than to yourself
    Forget about your friends, you know they’re gonna say
    We’re bad for each other, but we ain’t good for anyone else

    I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care
    But baby climbing the walls gets me nowhere
    I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder
    Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over

    We don’t have to miss each other, come over
    We don’t have to fix each other, come over
    We don’t have to say forever, come over
    You don’t have to stay forever, come over

    I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care
    But baby climbing the walls gets me nowhere
    I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder
    Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over

    Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over
    Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over Writer/s: Sam Lawry Hunt, Shane Mcanally, Josh Osborne
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., AUDIAM, INC
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